'Missed chances' to help boy

A serious case review into the death of four-year-old Daniel Pelka found repeated failures by agencies set up to safeguard children's welfare but concluded nobody could have predicted his death at the hands of an abusive mother her partner.

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Pelka review: 'Missed' chances could have been avoided

The chair of the Coventry Safeguarding Children Board, which published the Serious Case Review into Daniel Pelka's death, said it found there were "missed opportunities" and "other things should and could have been done".

Amy Weir told Daybreak, "However, it is not the purpose of this review to identify who was responsible, or what could have been done differently by particular individuals."

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